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All beauty of Montenegro: Tivat city of the month on Lufthansa’s website

All beauty of Montenegro: Tivat city of the month on Lufthansa’s website

On the website of Lufthansa (www.lh-travelguide.com), Tivat was chosen as the city of the month. On13th April for the first time in history, the Lufthansa plane landed in Montenegro. This first flight marked the beginning of Lufthansa’s airline connection between Tivat and its main destinations in Germany. On the web site of this company, travelers… READ MORE

Montenegro Airlines celebrates 24th anniversary

Montenegro Airlines celebrates 24th anniversary

Montenegro Airlines is today marking its 24th anniversary. The company was founded on October 24, 1994 by the then Federal government of Yugoslavia. The airline purchased its first aircraft, a Fokker 28 jet named Lovćen, in 1996 after which it commenced scheduled flights. Over the years the airline has modernised its fleet and expanded its… READ MORE

Construction completed on the pillars of the largest bridge in the ex-Yu region

Construction completed on the pillars of the largest bridge in the ex-Yu region

  Construction has been finalized on the pillars of the largest bridge on priority section of the highway Bar Boljare. The construction site was visited today by the Minister of Traffic and Maritime Affairs Osman Nurkovic and Hei Shiqiang, CRBC executive director for Montenegro. Moracica bridge is one of the most demanding objects on the… READ MORE

EX-YU airports handle over 20 million passengers

EX-YU airports handle over 20 million passengers

Airports across the former Yugoslavia have handled over twenty million passengers during the first three quarters of 2017, with eight of them welcoming over a million travellers for the first time. Tivat joined the list in late September, while Podgorica Airport will follow suit and handle its millionth passenger in late November or early December…. READ MORE

Brussels Airlines to launch new EX-YU routes in 2018

Brussels Airlines to launch new EX-YU routes in 2018

Brussels Airlines will launch two new routes to the former Yugoslavia and strengthen frequencies on existing destinations in the region next year but will also downgrade operations to Zagreb from year-round to seasonal summer services. The Belgian national carrier will introduce flights from Brussels to Tivat and Split in 2018. Services to the Montenegrin coast… READ MORE

EX-YU airports handle over 17 million passengers

EX-YU airports handle over 17 million passengers

Airports across the former Yugoslavia have handled over seventeen million passengers during the first eight months of 2017, with Split, Podgorica and Ljubljana continuing to show significant growth among larger airports in the region. This year will mark the first time at least eight airports will handle over a million travellers as Tivat joins the… READ MORE